Denise Van Outen has confirmed the dance routines she and professional partner James Jordan will reprise during Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing season finale.
Each of the four finalists will perform a show dance this weekend along with two others – their favourite dance of the series, along with one chosen by the judges.
Denise will compete against Girls Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh, gymnast Louis Smith and Tracy Beaker star Dani Harmer to collect the trophy.
The former presenter and West End star has confirmed that she and James have chosen to perform their Charleston to Walk Like An Egyptian, which wowed the crowds at Wembley and won them the first 10s of this series.
The judges – led by Len Goodman – have chosen to see the pair repeat their jive which topped the leaderboard in week two.
Denise's star seems to have fallen since then however, having been in the dance-off the last two weeks running despite being near the top of the judges' scores.
Commentators have been speculating that the public is not voting for Van Outen due to the bad publicity surrounding her supposed 'advantage' from her theatrical background.
James himself said after last weekend's show: "We did two of our best dances of the series on Saturday, so it's sad to know people haven't picked up the phone and voted."
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